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Deep water: The next step for offshore wind energy
Deep water: The next step for offshore wind energy

1st February 2014

Organisation(s): The European Wind Energy Association

Topic(s): Offshore wind, Wind energy

This report is based on the work of the ‘Deep offshore and new foundation concepts’ Task Force, part of the European Wind Energy Association’s (EWEA) Offshore Wind Industry Group. The Task Force evaluates the current situation and the steps that are needed for the large scale deployment of deep offshore wind energy.
Between October 2011 and June 2012, 16 leading European companies researching or operating deep offshore projects met to identify challenges and provide recommendations to the industry and policy makers.

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A national offshore wind strategy: creating an offshore wind energy industry in the United States
A national offshore wind strategy: creating an offshore wind energy industry in the United States

7th February 2011

Organisation(s): US Department of Energy (DOE)

Topic(s): Economics, Offshore wind, Renewables, Wind energy

A National Offshore Wind Strategy: Creating an Offshore Wind Energy Industry in the United States was prepared by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) Wind and Water Power Program to outline the actions it will pursue to support the development of a world‐class offshore wind industry in the United States.

This report describes how offshore wind energy can help the United States reduce its greenhouse gas emissions, diversify its energy supply, provide cost‐competitive electricity to key coastal regions, and stimulate revitalization of key sectors of the economy by investing in infrastructure and creating skilled jobs.

 

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Building a low carbon economy: the UK's innovation challenge
Building a low carbon economy: the UK's innovation challenge

19th July 2010

Organisation(s): Committee on Climate Change (CCC)

Topic(s): Carbon capture, Economics, Energy efficiency, Law and regulation, Marine energy, Nuclear fission, Offshore wind, Policy, Renewables, Use and storage (CCUS), Wind energy

In order to build a low carbon economy and meet carbon budgets, the UK will need access to new technologies. This requires public sector investment in all stages of the innovation process from Research, through Development and Demonstration to Deployment (RDD&D).

This report considers the effectiveness of current policy measures and institutional arrangements to deliver the technologies required to meet the UK’s 2050 emissions target.

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